One of the most overlooked months of the year for North American facing bookmakers is none other than May, thirty-one action packed days of frenetic gambling.
Pay Per Head
A Price Per Head or PPH business is one that manages an individual’s bookmaking business for them and charges a set price per customer.
The Price Per Head is actually a Price Per Customer in that a small fee (usually starting around $10) is assessed on that customer only if he or she places a bet in a particular week either over the Internet or by a customized toll free 1-800 number.
The conviction and subsequent sentencing of a Greenville, South Carolina man this week charged with illegal gambling highlights that state’s policy towards eradicating the activity whether it be in the form of bookmaking, poker or video gaming machines.
Southern California bookies can stand to make some serious coin thanks to the wealthy clientele that place wagers in this region from San Diego up to Los Angeles and the cities in between.
Top sports teams from this region with significant fan bases include the likes of the San Diego Chargers, UCLA Bruins and both the LA Lakers and Clippers. There is also the USC Trojans, who are among the top 10 teams with the shortest odds to win the College Football Championship. Both the University of Southern California and UCLA are located in Los Angeles.
When there is a major issue with a key player for the defending Super Bowl champions, that is something no PPH football bettor can rightfully ignore. When that issue involves a contract dispute, it gets a little stickier. And when it further involves someone who doesn't want to fulfill his contract, then things have the potential to really get complicated, because there is no reason for the team holding that contract to budge.
Louisiana bookies have been an endangered species in recent years. During the year 2008 alone over 100 bookies were rounded up across the state.
Mississippi is home to two solid College Football programs in the Ole Miss Rebels and Mississippi State Bulldogs, both of which show some promise in 2014. Oddsmakers had Ole Miss winning 8.5 regular season games (though the UNDER was more heavily priced). They had Mississippi State a pretty big favorite to win OVER 9.5 regular season games in 2014.
Iowa City and Cedar Rapids, Iowa area bookies are readily available to serve the needs of those living in the region and studying at the University of Iowa.
Iowa City is home to the University of Iowa and its decent College Football team, the Hawkeyes.
Iowa is one of the least strict states when it comes to sports betting and bookmaking, both of which are considered misdemeanors. Prosecution of such activity is minimal in recent years.
NFL training camps are getting started this week, and in two of these camps, representing the largest media market in the United States, there are quarterback questions.
The All-Star break is a time when a lot of teams contemplate how they are going to handle themselves for the rest of the season. With one additional wild card spot open in each league, there is more for teams to think about, because of the fact that there are more teams in contention. In fact, there are very few clubs who can consider themselves out of the running.
No matter where you are located in the Show Me State of Missouri, local bookies are only a stone’s throw away. You just have to know how to find them.
Bookies can be found throughout the Manhattan and Topeka region of Kansas thanks to the hardcore sports fans backing local Kansas State University, home of the Wildcats. USA Today has pegged Kansas State to be one of the top 25 football programs in the nation for 2014, thus making the demand for Price Per Head outsourcing that much more important.
Kansas City bookies are abundant and with good reason. The Chiefs have one of the most loyal fan bases in the nation while college basketball and college football enjoy huge popularity.
Was it a heart-breaking ending for the United States soccer team, not to mention PPH World Cup bettors who had a nice price on them to win, on Sunday in Manaus?
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One of the biggest keys to running any type of business is to know the numbers inside and out. Just as a sports handicapper breaks down a particular matchup to uncover an edge in the betting lines for the game, as a bookmaker you need to constantly break down your business’s numbers to turn a profit on a regular basis.
We all know that sports betting is one of the most popular gambling-related activities in the world, and it is certainly one of the drivers for the boom in sports of all kinds in the United States.
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Matthew Gooch, 82, has been released from prison nearly 40 years after shooting and killing a man during a home poker game.